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This is an odd "two-story" typeface that was used in the psychcedelic 1960s for theater posters, fashion ads, and a number of other applications.
I am trying to help a friend design a party invitation and she loves this font, it looks like the swirls of a KG but I can't find it. Please help? What is it?
The font is very close to GE SS medium font, but has rounded periods and wide letter "Noon" like that in the photo with letter "Thaa"
This is similar to Sony Sketch and Sol Pro but I need the "C" to come in at the ends, more like a O with the middle cut out if that makes sense.
This looks like a type of handwritten script font. The larger picture says thankful in all lower case. The font was on a sign I purchased.
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A font that is only the silouette of the letter, like the "bouma". I think it came in two styles roman and italic and was free.
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